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    Yay for progress! Losing the mucous plug and dilation sounds like great signs. Hope labour puts a crimp in their plans for the 22nd!

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    Seriously, doesn't it annoy the heck out of you when they decide when your due date is, when you know when you conceived/ovuated. I O'd on cd 18, so I made sure I gave them a LMP that matched that instead of my real one. Glad you got of there and baby is doing well!

    Here's hoping that your LO will make their grand entrance soon!!!

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    silly doctors! why can't they just listen to us?

    Glad things look like they are progressing though.
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    Oooohhhh, how exciteing I bet your really close, and I'm looking forward to following the rest of your updates!!

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    I hope some good stuff happened last night!

    And good for you for sticking up to the doctors.
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    Alright baby , time to make your arrival!!

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    Nothing too exciting last night, and nothing new this morning.

    It was confirmed at yesterday's ultrasound that baby is completely posterior and I can't help but wonder if this position is preventing spontaneous labour, or if my body really just needs to bake babies a little longer. The persistent OP position would prevent a constant and even pressure on the cervix. I try to be mindful of my posture and positioning and I spend time on my hands and knees and leaning over my birthball, it just seems like s/he never wants to move from this position.

    I feel better that most babies, even if persistently OP, will turn during labour... but it's less likely when you try to induce!

    My GP said I didn't need to make another appointment with him since I had that consult yesterday, but I made one for Friday anyway. It may be my last chance for an effective sweep before my appointment on Monday.

    And I finally had Rob take a belly picture of me last night.

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    You look great Rebecca!!
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    Such a cute belly! You look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julianas Mom View Post
    I O'd on cd 18, so I made sure I gave them a LMP that matched that instead of my real one.
    I did the same thing. While I wasn't TTC, I know when we DTD and when I got pg. I just went back 2 weeks for my LMP. Had I given them the real LMP, my due date would be 12/02 rather than 11/27. Lo and behold, when they did my 1st u/s @ 13 weeks, my dates matched perfectly.
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